## How to Understand Atomic Dipole Moment Concept

In this video lecture some basics of the Atomic Dipole Moment are discussed. How one atom can be equivalent to the tiny bar magnet? and when an atom is placed Read more

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## How to Understand Atomic Dipole Moment Concept

## Space Quantization and Atomic Dipole Moment

## Particle in a One Dimensional Box- Quantum Mechanics

## de Broglie Waves-Matter Waves and its Wavelength

## Beta decay does electron exist inside the atomic nucleus?

## How to find Normalization Constant of a Wave Function & Physical Meaning

## How to observe Hall Voltage in the Physics Lab by using Hall Effect Experiment

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Jan 29

In this video lecture some basics of the Atomic Dipole Moment are discussed. How one atom can be equivalent to the tiny bar magnet? and when an atom is placed Read more

Jan 29

In quantum mechanics, we know the discreteness of the possible spatial orientations of the angular momentum of an atom (or another particle or system of particles, molecules) with respect to Read more

Jan 29

In this video Lecture you will found: The Eigen function and Eigen values of a free particle and relation with the momentum and de Broglie wavelength.What is free particle? a Read more

Jan 29

de Broglie Waves or Matter Waves and its Wavelength is discussed in this lecture. de Broglie waves are associated with a materialistic particles. A matter can shows the dual nature: Read more

Jan 29

Beta decay of nucleus shows that electron emits from the nucleus. Does electron exist inside the nucleus? This problem can be solved by using the Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle by using Read more

Jan 29

This problem is related to the particle in a box or in an infinite potential well. Particle representation by a wave function that is mathematical function no physical significance of Read more

Jan 29

In this video, the Hall Effect experiment is explained very briefly (I just tried to make it brief). In general we ask our students to find the Hall Voltage and Read more